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Because to Have is Not to Hold

Monica Berg
February 14, 2022
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One of the most pervading assumptions that we humans make is the simple, misleading notion that everyone in our lives will always be there. That the things we worked so hard to create won’t ever change.

Sure, plain old logic tells us this isn't true. No one is immortal, we learn from a young age (superheroes aside). And all things are constantly changing. Sadly, as we grow older, we inevitably experience the truth of this firsthand. Yet, in our daily lives, how often do we overlook the immensity of richness, the color and texture and quality of light we receive from our relationships? How often do we forget the momentous opportunity we are presented with each day to give back of ourselves--our talents, our humor, our insights, our capacity to simply listen and be there for those whom we love and who love us? ...Continue reading on my weekly blog at rethinklife.today

 


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